Original art work
Comes in 1900s gilded Tabernacle frame
Image Size: 22 cm x 28.5 cm
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Acrylic on clay board panel oil glaze and gold leaf set in a 1900s Tabernacle gilded frame.
Beorn was a Northman, skin-changer, and a Beorning chieftain who lived near the river Anduin between Mirkwood and the Misty Mountains.
He was a warrior with great strength who could turn into a great black bear. In human form he was a tall, black-haired man with huge arms and a great beard. Beorn kept many animals at his residence, such as horses, dogs and sheep. His animals were all extremely intelligent; his dogs, for instance, could walk on their hind legs while carrying things with their forelegs, set the table, and able to speak.
This artwork is sold framed
Signed and dated to the front